Visit your local west elm store to shop in person, or make an appointment with one of our in-store Design Specialists. We'll help you choose colours, floor plans, furniture + fabric swatches. We can also help with:
- In-home consultations. Call the store for details and qualifications.
- In-home delivery + assembly services.
Tottenham Court Road
209 Tottenham Court Road
London W1T 7PN, UK
Phone: 020 7637 9150
|Monday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Tuesday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Wednesday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Thursday||10:00am - 8:00pm|
|Friday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Saturday||10:00am - 7:00pm|
|Sunday||12:00 noon - 6:00pm|
Store EventsContact your store to RSVP
|2 June||Personalised Silver Ring Making Workshop |
Posh Totty Designs will be running their bestselling Personalised Silver Ring Making Workshop at West Elm Tottenham Court Road. You will learn wax ring carving techniques and will carve your unique design into jewellers wax, which will be cast in sterling silver and hand-stamp with your choice of personalisation. No experience needed, participants will receive full tuition. Optional 9ct rose/ 9ct yellow gold plating is available to purchase on the day at a cost of £20-30 depending on the size of your ring. To book your place, first purchase your slot on the website (link below), then email them on email@example.com with your order number and they will book you into the class.
|9 June||Brush Lettering Workshop |
Whether you’re an avid typography fan, or simply want to try your hand at something new and creative, we would love you to join one of our Brush Lettering workshops. You’ll be taught by Teri Muncey, designer, illustrator, stylist and the talent behind The Lovely Drawer. In this class of roughly 10 students:You will be given a set of essential materials which you can take away after class, including guide sheets, Teri’s preferred brush and a pot of indian ink. You will also be provided with practise paper and thicker card stock for your final pieceTeri will introduce contemporary brush lettering and it’s applicationsYou’ll first work on exercises to get your familiar with brush control, practicing making shapes, and contrasting stroke thickness.You’ll take these basic techniques into letterforms, in uppercase and lowercase, as well as numbers with plenty of help and guidance on handThis will be followed with a run through on combining and laying out words to form beautiful phrases for your final piece.By the end of the workshop you’ll be well on your way to developing your own brush lettering style and armed with the materials to go away an practice until you’re a complete pro!
|9-10 June||Succulence Plant Pop-up |
Come and see Succulence and find some low maintenance, gorgeous greenery for your home. We love air purifying plants, trailing plants, cute cacti & succulents. We can help you pick the right plant for your space to go with the dreamy West-Elm planters that they have in store.
|16-17 June||Bluehanded Pop-up |
Specialising in bringing artisan fabrics to the textile market, Blue Handed is dedicated to combining ancient crafting traditions from the Far East with contemporary design. Celebrating the 800-year-old art of Chinese resist printing, Blue Handed works closely with an Indigo Master to produce a comprehensive range of natural, hand dyed textiles. The ethical and sustainable fabrics use ingredients that are locally grown and sourced.The dying technique, which has been unchanged for centuries, involves applying traditional hand cut decorative patterns to natural cotton cloth. Coating the fabric in soybean and lime paste, before soaking in specially formulated vat dyes, gives the timeless blue and white finish.Blue Handed uses its vast industry knowledge to work with a variety of artists and designers to explore new ways in which to use these special fabrics. The latest collection is a comprehensive range of home interior products and accessories; including scarves, cushions, throws, table linen and other soft furnishings.
|21 June||Hand Embroidery Workshop |
On Thursday 21st June join textiles designer and founder of Embellished Talk in a 2 hour embroidery workshop. Learn the basics of hand embroidery; how to transfer a design, split the thread, thread a needle and different stitches. Tote bags will be provided for you to stitch on or bring your own item of clothing to decorate. All levels are welcome and all equipment will be provided. West Elm is a perfect place to be inspired by for craft and surface decoration.
|23 June||Cyanotype Workshop - by Chloe McCarrick Fine Art |
Don’t be blue, try something new! Cyanotype is one of the earliest forms of photographic process (It dates back to the mid-1800s) distinctive for its Prussian blue monochrome prints produced in sunlight. This is an effective way of introducing newcomers to photography and the principles of light and light sensitive materials.The process involves contact printing objects and negatives onto light-sensitive paper in the sun. The historical process is fun, easy to learn, ideal for experimentation, and can be done at home with your very own diy cyanotype art kit. Join in the fun and capture the sun today! Things you will need:· Materials that you would like to make prints, for example, flowers, feathers, buttons, leaves with interesting shapes, semi-transparent materials, ideas for drawings or paper cut-outs, negatives or digital print-outs onto transparencies. There will be an array of materials and objects provided to use on the day too so don’t panic!·An apron or old clothes (splashes of the liquids can stain)·And lastly your lovely selves! Light refreshments and treats provided.
|24 June||Introduction to Gouache Workshop |
This Introduction to Gouache Workshop is taught by illustrator Emma Block. The workshop will focus on developing skills and applying techniques allowing you to grow in confidence and start to develop your own style. This workshop is appropriate for both total beginners and those with some gouache experience. The workshop will start with a demonstration allowing you to become familiar with the unique properties of gouache and different effects that can be created. You'll then have plenty of time to practice mixing colours, experimenting paint effects and build confidence using the medium. In the second half of the workshop we'll move onto sketching from life and composing a piece, using the techniques we've learnt and thinking about composition and colour palette.*You will be given a complete set of materials which you can take away after class, including guide sheets, paper, a brush and a set Windsor and Newton Gouache worth RRP £40.* We'll start with colour theory, colour mixing and exercises to practice making simple shapes and brush strokes.* You'll then work on a final piece, sketching and painting from life, with plenty of hands on guidance and encouragement from the tutor. By the end of the workshop you'll be well on your way to developing your own unique painting style.Light refreshments and all necessary materials are provided
|28 June||Macrame Plant Hanger Workshop with Lark & Fable |
Learn how to create the most iconic of all macramé projects: the Plant Hanger. Brooke will show you how to create a hanger out of cotton rope tied into simple square knots and half square knots. This project is totally customizable and deal for beginner's who are keen to learn the basic knots and techniques that will hold the pot perfectly.
|29 June - 1 July||ArtSnug affordable art pop-up shop |
Get the walls in your home talking with affordable artwork from ArtSnug monthly pop-up shop at West Elm.With them this weekend ArtSnug will have more than 300 individual limited edition and original artworks by 40 emerging and established illustrators, photographers, collagists, print makers, graphic designers and more. Elina Gough, the Chief Artsnuggler at ArtSnug, will be there to help you navigate through the collection as well as help you with any advice you may need - be it on how to build a gallery wall or how to best frame your chosen artwork.Visit www.artsnug.com to find out more.
|30 June - 1 July||Wabi Skincare Pop-up |
BIO Wabi is an ethical skincare brand creating natural products of the highest quality. We started out creating natural body scrubs from coffee to replace micro beads, sourcing coffee from local coffee roasters that would otherwise go to waste. Since starting our brand has naturally developed, our product range now includes soaps, face masks, shampoo, balms and candles. However, our ethos remains the same - using ethically sourced ingredients to create natural organic skincare that is as good for your skin as it is for the environment Every product we sell is handcrafted in out North London Studio in small batches, and all products are made without palm oil, plastics and contain no parabens or artificial ingredients.
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